Events in Kingston: March 2022

With COVID-19 restrictions lifting and Spring just around the corner, our community is opening up with many events and activities to take part in! If you are looking to get out with friends or family - or even stay in - there are a variety of upcoming events in March 

Here is a list of events in Kingston for the month of March:

1. Kingston Canadian Film Festival:
The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is the largest fesitval in the world that is dedicated to Canadian film. Both long-time festival participants and new enthusiasts can embrace screenings, and can participate in question and answer sessions, workshops, and exhibitions.

2. Maple Madness 

Maple Madness is back at Little Cataraque Creek Conservation Area with pancakes and maple syrup! This event has tractor rides and opportunities to learn about how maple syrup was made in the past. (Preregistration is required) 

3. Skating in the Square
Grab your skates and helmet and head over to Springer Market Square in downtown Kingston for free public skating. Starting Friday, February 11th, REID will be DJ-ing at Springer Market Square every Friday and Saturday night from 6-pm until the end of the skating season. 

4. Vogue Charity Fashion Show 
Vogue Charity Fashion Show is an annual performing arts show that is produced and facilitated by students at Queen's University. The fashion show is made up of over 120 talented dancers, models, choreographers, student designers, musicians, artists and executive committee members and has raised more than $600,000 for many charities in the KFL&Aregion. 

5. Icesis Couture in Kingston 
Icesis Couture is the star of Canada's Drag Race Season 2 and is only in Kingston for one night! The show is hosted by Rowena Whey and features performances by local Drag artists. 

5. Harlem Globetrotters

The Spread Game Tour is a basketball event full of ankle-breaking moves, jaw-dropping swag and rim-ratting dunks! This tour will introduce new premium fan experiences with interaction, including celebrity court passes, meet and greets and #SQUADZONE. 

6. The Abrams 

The Abrams have performed at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry and have embarked on tours across multiple continents. 

7. Kingston Frontenacs Hockey Games 

8. Escape Rooms

Become a detective Sherlock would be proud of!
Sherlock Escapes provides both in-person and virtual escape rooms. 

9. William Prince
William Prince is a Canadian Singer/Songwriter from Manitoba. He won the Juno Award for Contemporary Roots Album of the Year at the 2017 Juno Awads for his debt album Earthly Days. 

10. Kingston Symphony 

Smyth | Overture to the Boatswain’s Mate
Saint-Saëns | Cello Concerto No. 2 with Bryan Cheng
Bizet | Symphony in C Major

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